|sojournertruthradio 090811 - indigenousrights - with Margaret Prescod|
What happened at the Indigenous Rights Day of Action in Washington DC? Weâll find out from Clayton Thomas-Muller of the Cree Nation and the tar sands campaign organizer for the Indigenous Environmental Network.
Keywords: Indigenous rights; tarsands
|Water - Blue King Brown|
Music video for the Melbourne based roots band Blue King Brown.
Keywords: music video; australia; indigenous rights
|Idle No More ~ Indigenous Rights on the Frontline - XBM*XOCHITL BERNADETTE MORENO - RADIO OLLIN|
RADIO OLLIN :Interviews Penny Opal Plant to learn more about the Idle No More Movement. Their struggle originates in Canada calling for The Canadian Government to respect Native treaties and indigenous sovereignty. Since the flash mobs of traditional Native Round Dance have swept the globe the movement has expanded to call for the rights and protection of all of Mother Earth.
Keywords: RADIO OLLIN; Idle No More; Indigenous Rights
|Excerpt from UBCIC Special People's Assembly, April 28-30, 1992 -clip004 - Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs|
This video clips show a speaker from the UBCIC Special People's Assembly of April 28-30, 1992, talking about the need for self-determination
Keywords: Aboriginal Title and Rights; Indigenous Rights; Resistance
|United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples - United Nations General Assembly|
United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Papua New Guinea was absent for the vote on the Declaration.
Keywords: Indigenous Rights; Human Rights; Papua New Guinea
|A Maine Forest Reader - Compiled for the 2004 Earth First! Round River Rendezvous|
Maine's forests are vast and beautiful, supporting human and non-human communities alike. Yet, their story is one of corporate colonization and ongoing oppression. This reader is meant to shed light on some of the forces at work in the Maine Woods and the effects they have on the state, and to inspire a desire to fight and protect our forests and their inhabitants from the powers that be.
Keywords: environment; globalization; anti-corporate; indigenous rights; anarchist
|The People of Kattawapiskak River q&a|
A question and answer session with the movie's director at Concordia University's Cinema Politica.
Keywords: attawapiskat; kattawapiskak; idle no more; indigenous rights; theresa spence
|sojournertruthradio 090811 - with Margaret Prescod|
What was most scary about the GOP Presidential Candidates debate? Weâll get a report from the Nation Magazineâs Ben Adler. The Utility Workers Union challenges Southern California Gas Company on consumer safety. We are joined by Sam Weinstein, Assistant to the President of the Utility Workers Union of America. He was a former SoCalGas service provider. The Domestic Workers Bill of Rights makes progress, an update from Altagracia Garcia, CHIRLAâs Household Worker Coordinator...
Keywords: Republican debate; utility workers; gas company; domestic workers; indigenous rights
|Voices with Vision 12-14-10 - Naji Mujahid|
Today we dealt with the topics of Environmental Rights in light of the recent climate change conference in Can Cun, Mexico and we were joined by Kari Fulton, co-founder of changetheweather.net and we joined that with indigenous issues and the struggle to free political prisoner Leonard Peltier. In that respect we spoke with David Hill Choctaw of the American Indian Movement and Chief Billy Tayac of the Piscataway Nation...
Keywords: climate change; leornard peltier; political prisoners; environmental justice; indigenous rights
|TWO ROW WAMPUM TREATY RENEWAL INTERVIEW: BETH ADAMS - Bread and Roses Radio|
The Haudenasaunee or Iroquois Confederacy seal a treaty with the Dutch in 1613 with a belt of wampum beads called the "Two-Row Wampum Treaty". On the 400th anniversary of that treaty over 200 rowers made the 13 day trip from Troy NY to New York City and there took part in the United Nations Day of the Worlds Indigenous Peoples. Beth Adams was one such rower.
Keywords: Two Row Wampum Treaty; Iroquois Confederacy; Indigenous rights; wampum
|The Black GST.mov - TIm Parish, Krusty|
A short documentary outlining the political stance of Aboriginal Australian activists Robbie and Marg Thorpe of the Black GST campaign. G - Genocide S - Soveriegnty T - Treaty For more information visit www.blackgst.com
Keywords: Australia; Aboriginal; Indigenous Rights; Genocide; Sovereignty; Treaty; Commonwealth
|Sojourner Truth Radio 08/02/2012|
A documentary film maker goes up against a massive multinational corporation. A new film exposes the lengths Dole Foods was willing to go to suppress a story that challenged their image. Swedish film maker Fedrick Gertten join us to discuss the premier of "Big Boys Gone Bananas!" And, remember British Petroleum, BP? Likely you have seen their ads inviting tourists to come to the Gulf. This following polluting the Gulf of Mexico with the 2010 oil spill that poured close to 200 million gallons of ...
Keywords: Dole Foods; corporate power; Fredrick Gertten; BP; tar sands; environmental devastation; indigenous rights; Mali crisis
|RADIO OLLIN Pachamama Amazon Oil 11 15 13 - XBM* Xochitl Bernadette Moreno|
Radio Ollin's Xochitl Bernadette Moreno, Interviews: Bill Twist – CEO Pachamama Alliance Belén Páez, Executive Director of Fundacion Pachamama, Jaime Vargas, Achuar President, Achuar Federation (NAE)Listen to the conversation about the work of the Pachamama Alliance and the the fight to save the Ecuadorian Amazon from Big Oil w/the 11th Round of bidding for rights to Drill Oil in the Amazon, coming to a close Nov 28th 2013.www.pachamama.org
Keywords: Radio Ollin; KPFA; La Onda Bajita; Oil Drilling; Amazon; Pachamama; Pachamama Alliance; Indigenous Rights; Climate Change
Tavis Smiley and Cornel West on poverty, the Occupy Wall Street movement, President Obama, and more. And to mark Indigenous Rights Day: updates on Leonard Peltier, Indigenous opposition to extracting oil from tar sands, opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline. Indigenous participation in OccupyLA. Also, our weekly Earth Minute.
Keywords: OccupyWallSt; OccupyLA; Indigenous Rights; Columbus Day; Oil Tar Sands; Tavis Smiley; Dr. Cornel West
|As Long As The River Flows: The Grassy Narrows Blockade Story - Rainforest Action Network|
2,500 square miles of forests, lakes and rivers north of Kenora, Ontario have sustained the people of Grassy Narrows First Nation for thousands of years. Today, increasing levels of clear-cut logging threatens to uproot their traditional way of life. http://freegrassy.org/
Keywords: grassy narrows; rainforest action network; old growth forests; indigenous rights; human rights
|Wake Up & Thrive, Episode 10 - October 9, 2012 - Indigenous Peoples Day - Nils I. Palsson|
Wake Up & Thrive is a weekly radio program exploring and celebrating the Great Turning weÃÂ¢re all living through - the birth of a New Age, the Transition to a healthier, happier, more resilient and joyful way of living - this big Shift and all its dimensions. This variety show features conversation, commentary, live and recorded music, and various other segments. It is also a community forum, part of the commons, a safe space for us each to participate and share...
Keywords: Spirituality; Consciousness; Evolution; Music; Awakening; New Age; Permaculture; Forgiveness; Warriorship; Indigenous RIghts; Tribal; Native; Native American; Columbus Day
|Ecology Emerges: Jerry Mander - Shaping San Francisco|
Jerry Mander, an advertising guy in the 1960s who collaborated with David Brower's early Sierra Club campaigns against damming the Grand Canyon and many others, went on to write "Four Arguments for the Elimination of Television", "In the Absence of the Sacred" and was a cofounder of the International Forum on Globalization. He is interviewed here as part of the wide-ranging "Ecology Emerges" oral histories of the early ecology movement, traversing the era from the 1950s-60s all the way to the pr...
Keywords: David Brower; Sierra Club; Grand Canyon; Friends of the Earth; indigenous rights; International Forum on Globalization; advertising
|SourceCode Season 3 - Episode 5: First Nation rights - Free Speech TV|
Most Americans know the story of the Trail of Tears; settlers in the New World felt they had more right to the land than the people who were in fact here first. It seems that this attitude has not quite vanished when it comes to Native American land and resources. SourceCode visits the Skull Valley Goshute Reservation in Utah where nuclear waste dumping has caused one Goshute member to stand up for preservation of their land...
Keywords: Free Speech TV; Independent Media; Participatory Media; Social Justice; movement building; Indigenous Rights; Eloise Cobell; Grassy Narrows; First Nations; Skull Valley; Goshute; Indian Land Trust; Blackfire; Gwichʼin; Gwitchin; Rainforest Action Network
|People United - January 28, 2011 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features journalist and poet John Ross on the Zapatistas, particularly with reference to his books _The War Against Oblivion: The Zapatista Chronicles 1994-2000_ and _Zapatistas! Making Another World Possible: Chronicles of Resistance 2000-2006_. Born in New York City on March 11, 1938, John Ross died in the Mexican village of Tepizo on January 17, 2011. He spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on February 25, 2007.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; John Ross; Zapatistas; Zapatista National Liberation Army; EZLN; Mexico; Chiapas; liberation movement; guerrilla insurgency; indigenous organizing; indigenous rights; Indian rights; Subcommandante Marcos; Subcommander Marcos; electoral politics; the state; autonomous communities; autonomous organizing; The Other Campaign; history; current events